German food and sparkling wine month

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Windsor Plaza Hotel in District 5 has family surprises in store


  Café Central An Dong offers some of the city's best breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets. Photo courtesy of Windsor Plaza Hotel

At Windsor Plaza Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City's District 5 this October, customers can enjoy German food and sparkling wines imported into the country for the first time.

Café Central An Dong will have the biggest buffet in the city and introduce its customers to Germany's most-famous sparkling wines at the "Sparkling Wine Sunday Brunch."

At the buffet every Sunday, one can enjoy Henkell Trocken Dry Sec and Kardinal sparkling wines.

They will be accompanied by a bountiful feast of premium meats, crisp vegetables, and desserts.

The buffet is available every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

A ticket costs VND450,000++, with a 10 percent discount for Windsor VIPCards.

Also this month, on the other days of the week, Café Central An Dong has a traditional Bavarian lunch and dinner buffet.

Customers can enjoy the Sparkling Wine Sunday Brunch and Bavarian Medley at the following address:
CAFÉ CENTRAL AN DONG
4th floor, Windsor Plaza Hotel
18 An Duong Vuong St., Dist.5, HCMC
Tel: (08) 3 833 6688; ext. 2221
Email:
cafecentral@windsorplazahotel.com

Bavarian Medley offers patrons a collection of succulent sausages, pork knuckle, spatzle, German breads, and desserts.

On Vietnam Women's Day on October 20, one should be sure to take their better half since some wonderful and surprising gifts await all women.

Café Central An Dong is also rolling up its sleeves to come up with thrilling games and spooky desserts for Halloween, October 31, so customers should take their kids to enjoy unanticipated surprises.

The buffet is open every day this October, and Windsor VIPCard holders will enjoy a 25 percent discount.

Café Central An Dong, which offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets, is among the famous in the city. The buffets feature lots of international and Vietnamese dishes, both vegetarian and meat oriented.

The only problem for customers, and a delightful one, is what food to choose when they stand in front of a buffet offering more than 170 delicacies from French, American, Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese cuisines. But they are classified into sections to make it easy for patrons to choose.

The restaurant always has some attractive à la carte options too, which it serves at customers' request and for takeaway.

Not surprisingly, Café Central An Dong has won the "Certificate of Excellence" from The Guide magazine for three consecutive years.

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